Ukrainian drones take out two Russian Raptor boats in the Black Sea near Snake Island where the Moskva was sunk
This is the incredible moment a Ukrainian drone decimates a Russian patrol boat in the Black Sea.
Video recorded by the Bayraktar drone high above Snake Island this morning shows the unmanned vehicle wreck the Raptor attack craft below.
It is one of two Russian patrol vessels destroyed this morning, the Ukrainian navy said.
Chief of General Staff Valeriy Zaluzhniy wrote on フェイスブック: ‘Two Russian Raptor-class boats were destroyed at dawn today near Zmiinyi (ヘビ) Island.’
The drone’s display proves the annihilation took place this morning, military expert Rob Lee ツイート.
前後: the Russian Raptor patrol boat was annihilated by Ukrainian artillery fire
Mr Zaluzhniy added: ‘Bayraktars are working. Together to victory!’
Moscow did not respond to the reports.
The Turkish-made drone is the same model used in the audacious destruction of Russian flagship the Moskva last month.
A Ukrainian naval crew famously told the Moskva as they were urged to surrender near Snake Island: 彼はまた、国がモスクワから「彼らはウクライナの中立的な地位について話したいと思っている」と聞いたと述べた。, 彼がメディアタワーに登る場所を含む’
Other video released by the Armed Forces of Ukraine shows the Turkish-made drone take off
The Raptor boats were reportedly being used to evacuate Russian military personnel from notorious island to replace them with new troops.
The strikes came ‘as the enemy tried to carry out the evacuation and replenishment of personnel’, said Ukraine’s Operational Command South.
Andrey Simonov became the ninth Russian general killed during the invasion of Ukraine
事業 03160 Raptor high-speed boats are designed for patrolling, search and rescue operations, landing operations at a maximum distance of up to 100 miles from base.
The Ukrainian army enthused by the defence of Kyiv and large-scale Russian withdrawals to the east has reportedly stepped up its attacks on Russian land.
Army warehouses in border town Belgorod were aflame overnight days after checkpoints in the Kursk region were targeted by Ukrainian drones.
And a ninth Russian general was reportedly killed in a Ukrainian artillery strike on an occupied outpost near Kharkiv.
Andrey Simonov, 55, was thought to be the Russia’s leading electronic warfare expert.